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Boothby's Blonde: Maine heirloom. Fedco says: "Boothby’s short plump oval fruits average 3–4" and become yellower as they mature. Creamy exteriors with contrasting black spines and juicy refreshing interiors. Larger seed cavities than most cukes, but the seeds actually add to the mild sweet flavor that makes the fruits so good for eating out of hand. Boothby’s usually lacks the bitter aftertaste so common in many of the other white cukes we’ve trialed. Has the “cool” texture uncommon in American cukes."
Lemon Slicing Cuke: 3" round slicing cukes, maturing from pale green to golden yellow. Sweet, never bitter.
Painted Serpent: Long and slender. Actually an Armenian melon, but tasted like a cuke.
Super Zagross: a beit-alpha type slicing cuke with smooth, thin skin, nearly burpless.
Cayenne, Long Red Narrow: Long, skinny, wrinkled hot peppers that dry well, green ripening to red
Cubanelle: a semi-sweet frying pepper. Pale green, ripening to red.
Golden Star: blocky yellow-orange sweet peppers.
Pumpkins & Squash
Baby Pam: 3-4 lb pie pumpkins
Hubbard: Very large, grey blue, football shaped winter squash - our favorite for flavor.
Jack Be Little Pumpkin: small pumpkins that fit in your hand. Often used decoratively, but great scooped out and used as an individual serving dish for a pumpkin soup or pie.
Patty pan, Y-star: scalloped round yellow summer squash with a bit of green at the tip.
Rouge Vif d'Etampes: Cinderella pumpkin, beautiful deep orrange, large, flattened fruits
Zucchini, Cocozelle: Italian heirloom zucchini with light green stripes